543,000 businesses are incorporated each month in the United States. Small enterprises make up 99% of them and account for almost half of the nation’s workforce. The pandemic has also led to a rise in e-commerce where start-ups capitalise on the burgeoning trend to shop online. E-commerce sales worldwide totalled $4.28 trillion in 2020 and are expected to increase to $5.4 trillion by 2022 – phenomenal growth by any measure.
While e-commerce mainly caters to retail or B2C, businesses that address the B2B segment are starting to take advantage of platforms that can connect them to their target audience in ways that weren’t previously possible.
Bridging the Missing Gap
Mozii Group Inc addresses a major problem in B2B e-commerce. Founded in July 2019, Mozii has created an online marketplace that organises all manufacturers’ and wholesalers’ information together under the one umbrella. This allows a mutual connection for potential business partnerships and creates a convenient platform for consumers to discover anything they want to buy. More businesses, regardless of scale, are leveraging online channels to source and procure products as the paradigm of e-commerce continues to shift and Mozii is enjoying the tail-wins associated with this.
Mozii deploys modern technology using matching algorithms, intuitive user experience and user interface design. Their platform continues to evolve and improve as more small businesses sign up and they are forecasting meteoric growth in FY22.
Mozii Group Inc.